git: Pushing to a Remote Branch with a Different Name

Pen and Pants

Normally when I do a push in git I do something like git push origin master, which really means push from the local branch named master to the remote branch named master. If you want to push to a remote branch with a different name than your local branch, separate the local and remote names with a colon:

git push origin local-name:remote-name

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